When writing is your bread and butter, everything you put on digital paper can either make or break your reputation. It doesn’t matter if you’re writing a blog post for SEO purposes or a sequel to a popular book. People judge your writing on three factors: level of interest, word choice, and grammatical accuracy.
Piece of Interest
Your audience’s interest in a piece will come and go. You can’t swing and hit a home run every time as a writer. Some of your swings will hit a fly ball well beyond the foul line. Others won’t make it past the pitcher’s mound. Still others connect with nothing but empty air. Interest comes and goes as it pleases the reader.
An uninteresting piece won’t often hurt your chances for development. It likely won’t help you much either though.
Proper Word Choice
Incorrect word choice can hurt you. Writing a word without knowing its correct definition can be embarrassing.
A common example is the phrase “I couldn’t care less about